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I was unaware that the test results were public - how can I delete a test that I have run?
Most test results are private by default (unless someone has the result URL). They usually have a long test ID (after the date part) which is a random hash. They will show up in your personal test history but nobody else can find them.

If you REALLY want to delete a test result then you will have to email me the test ID or the URL being tested and I can do it manually.
(10-11-2018 09:57 PM)pmeenan Wrote: [ -> ]Most test results are private by default (unless someone has the result URL). They usually have a long test ID (after the date part) which is a random hash. They will show up in your personal test history but nobody else can find them.

If you REALLY want to delete a test result then you will have to email me the test ID or the URL being tested and I can do it manually.

Are you sure about that?

https://www.webpagetest.org/testlog.php?...er=&all=on
They default to private but they can still end up being public if the UI remembered the setting or if specified through the API. I just added support for forcing ALL tests to be private and turned it on so going forward you'd have to jump through a bunch of hoops to actually make a test public on the public instance.

As far as the default list, if the tests were run as public they will be discoverable (and yes, the vast majority are private - there are upwards of 100,000 tests run per day).

If there are some in the test log you're worried about, email me (pmeenan@webpagetest.org) the URLs tested or the test ID's and I can scrub the logs.
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